Meritnation Junior Educational Platform for Students Launched

Here's some good news for all the dedicated students (and their parents) looking to score it big in the upcoming exams. According to reports, Meritnation has announced launching a new website dedicated to students of class I to V, called Meritnation Junior.

The new Meritnation Junior website focusses on improving the quality of education while also helping parents guide their kids in early schooling years.

Meritnation Junior Educational Platform for Students Launched

However, unlike the main meritnation website, the new Junior site comes with more fun elements that sought to make learning easier. For the record, Meritnation has also launched a Math Tables app for kids, although the app is currently available for iOS users only.

"Our endeavour is to make learning tools easily accessible and very user friendly. With a platform dedicated to junior classes, we have gone a step further to diversify the ways in which basic concepts and elementary aspects of every subject can be absorbed through fun and games," Pavan Chauhan, MD and CEO, Meritnation.com, said.

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"The idea is to get students to enjoy learning from a very young age and master their basics."

The new website will now provide unlimited questions across 500+ topics with over 1000+ videos and downloadable worksheets. The specially designed parent's zone also allows parents to create personalized tests and assign them to their children.

Parents can even monitor their child's performance through comprehensive reports that will allow parents to identify the 'weak spots' in their child's learning.

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While Meritnation Junior offers free content, it also offers the option of purchasing customized courses from the website, with price starting at Rs. 2,500 per year.

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